It would appear that if YOU don't have a "Windows XP Professional service
pack 2 CD", then certainly SOMEONE ELSE with access to your PC has
attempted to run one on it!
As you've posted to a WinMe news group, then I ASS-U-ME that your 'regular'
operating system was WinMe.
Depending on how far the XP installation had completed - and by the sounds
of it, probably much too far for any sort of viable recovery/restoration -
you probably have no choice but to start over and clean install WinMe again.
I hope that at least you have your original WinMe installation CD(s) and
User Manuals etc.
wrote in message
> Hello friends , when ever i on the system i get this msg , pls help me
> out what i have to do. I dont have WINDOWS XP CD ... Pls help me.
> files that are required for windows to run properly have been replaced
> by unrecognised versions. To maintain system stability, Windows must
> restore the original versions of these files
> Insert your Windows XP Professional service pack 2 CD now.
> More information
> You have inserted the wrong CD, (i.e , a different windows product CD
> than the version installed)
> The CD-ROM drive in your system is not functioning.